One museum, two locations
Visit us in Washington, DC and Chantilly, VA to explore hundreds of the world’s most significant objects in aviation and space history. Free timed-entry passes are required for the Museum in DC.
National Air and Space Museum in DC
Udvar-Hazy Center in VA
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The National Air and Space Museum brings the world of air and space to you through objects, stories, and research.
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Apollo 11: The Moon Landing
The Wright Brothers
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AirSpace Bonus! Wronging the Wrights
June 08, 2023
The Life and Legacy of Owen Gingerich
June 07, 2023
Technical Study and Treatment of an Early Battery Assemblage
June 02, 2023
Northrop P-61 Black Widow: First American Airplane Designed and Built to Fight at Night, Part II
May 26, 2023
AirSpace Season 7, Episode 12: It's a Barbie World and We’re All Living In It
May 24, 2023
Conservation Treatment of Gilmore the Flying Lion: Making Decisions
May 18, 2023
May 12, 2023
AirSpace Season 7, Ep. 11: Mars!
May 09, 2023
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1903 Wright Flyer
Bell X-1 Glamorous Glennis
Model, Mars Science Laboratory, Mars Rover Curiosity
Apollo 11 Command Module Columbia
Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird
Space Shuttle Discovery
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The National Air and Space Museum offers a wealth of resources for space and aviation researchers, as well as conducting original research.
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We rely on the generous support of donors, sponsors, members, and other benefactors to share the history and impact of aviation and spaceflight, educate the public, and inspire future generations. With your help, we can continue to preserve and safeguard the world’s most comprehensive collection of artifacts representing the great achievements of flight and space exploration.
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